A law prohibiting the marriage of a white person to a black person, aiming to “save” white women, was not repealed until the 1960s. That was but one of the memorable lessons Kenneth Norby, a senior at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, learned while attending the White Privilege Conference April 7-10 in La Crosse.
Amney Harper, a faculty member in the professional counseling department at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, has been elected to national office in a division of the American Counseling Center.
Myra Misles-Krhin, Barlow Park principal, was named the 2010 Wisconsin Elementary Principal of Year. A University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna, Misles-Krhin received a master’s degree from UW Oshkosh in educational administration.
The WiscNet Wire is continuing our tradition to profile people involved in educational technology in Wisconsin. Wisconsin has a diverse group of educational technologists with expertise in a wide variety of areas. The overarching theme we are playing with is “What has your attention and why?”.